HERE'S AN OFFER! Several Offers in Faet - All Good Ones. Th.' foüowing clubbimg ratos with tiiv New Yoek Press, are worth coning. Th" Press is by (ar the liveliest, i lic Jucieet, the gpicieet, the ine&tiest, the mout eonvincint; paper jmbüshcd in America to-day. Il has no superior Id i ui y way. The N. Y. Press daiiy and Suud.-'.y eiliti'ora, and the Courier, ono year, $4.00 N. Y. Press Dalïy edltioo and Cotiriter, ome year, - $2.80 X. Y. Prese, Sunday edlition and Counter, ome year, - - $2.50 X. Y. Press weekiy editiom, and Counter, ome year - - -$1.25 By $1.00 to n.ny of the above offers, the X. Y". Press agréea to funiish auy persom wlth A PRESS AETIST POKTTiAJ r. Pr&m an ordiwary photograph, The Press w i : 1 turnish -a meehauically perfect portrah, 17x20 inchea in size, retafatng ;il! aeeuracy of detail and combi iiin.ir wlbh il the stipple effect of Ji(ne engraving. This process, exclusivrly ite owii. Insures fine expresston, softnesa of tone and durability. They eau d the w-ork from any good photograph, bm timtypee or daguerreotypes eaanot be used. They g&ve with the porfcralt a handeome frame, substantlaj back and ulass front ; fiuiaiied it is worth $5. Of conree people ordi'ring the portrait will h-iye to seud a photograph. The Prese is entlrely rellable, and we feel sure that anj' ome accepfcing this offer will le more than pleased with it. The man who gathers statistics afi'irms that farm lands paid about 20 per cent. better than railroad stocks, during 1893, and yet there is scarcely a farmer in the country but would vote to bring in a verdict against a railroad company, if he was on a jury before which a case for damages was to be settled.